Construction Journal Acquires Construction Bulletin

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Construction Journal (“CJ”) a Leading Provider of Construction Information Acquires Construction Bulletin (“CBids”) Fortifying its Southeastern U.S. Coverage and Expands to Alabama, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Rich Goldman

Rich Goldman, President Construction Journal

Our customers are in good hands with Construction Journal and will benefit from their substantial reporting staff and network. Rich Goldman’s enthusiasm is infectious and his track record impressive.

Construction Journal, a privately-owned provider of information to the commercial and residential construction industry, is pleased to announce that it has acquired the assets of Construction Bulletin (“CBids”), a similar information provider based in Jacksonville, FL. The acquisition strengthens Construction Journal’s coverage in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina while expanding into Alabama, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

“The acquisition of Construction Bulletin both strengthens and increases our coverage area, brings us highly tenured staff and adds new products to our customer offering,” said Rich Goldman, President and Founder of Construction Journal. Construction Journal provides its customers with construction leads, construction plans and specifications via access to a comprehensive database of construction opportunities from project conception to operation for the public and private sectors. The acquisition of Construction Bulletin follows Construction Journal’s previous acquisition of Works in Progress.

Located in Jacksonville, FL, Construction Bulletin is a 39-year old local provider of construction information to the Southeast United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. “Our customers are in good hands with Construction Journal and will benefit from their substantial reporting staff and network. Rich Goldman’s enthusiasm is infectious and his track record impressive”, said Mike Heatherman, President of Construction Bulletin. Mike Heatherman founded Construction Bulletin in 1972 and has led the company until the sale to Construction Journal.

About Construction Journal:
Construction Journal (http://www.ConstructionJournal.com) is the trusted provider of commercial and residential construction information for the east coast of the United States. CJ actively researches, reports and tracks construction project information through developed relationships with Owners, Architects, Engineers, Contractors, Public Agencies and related sources. Construction Journal maintains a comprehensive online database of actionable construction opportunities and related plans and specifications from project conception to operation for both private and public sectors. Construction Journal also prints over 20 regional weekly construction publications.

Construction Journal was founded in 1996 by Rich Goldman and is headquartered in Stuart, Florida with additional offices in South Burlington, Vermont and Jacksonville, Florida.

About Construction Bulletin:
Construction Bulletin (http://www.CBids.com) is a local provider of commercial construction project information in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Construction Bulletin provides construction leads online, offers custom reports and maintains a plan room at its offices in Jacksonville, Florida.

Construction Bulletin was founded in 1972 by Mike Heatherman and is located in Jacksonville, Florida.

Media contact:
Rich Goldman
Construction Journal
772-233-4910
rgoldman(at)thecj(dot)com

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